was born and raised in Ikana canyon as a regular village girl she was
one of six sisters she was the third oldest out of the six she was the
only to have reddish orange hair so her sisters would teas her by
calling her sun head, she knew her sisters meant no harm they would
manly do it to get a laugh out of her.
She was vary close with
her sisters and mother she didn’t see her father much sens he was apart
of the guards back at the castle so she didn’t have much of a bond with
him, surprisingly she was the first one to move out of the house and in
to her own place right near the food market.
She would go there
from time to time to get bread and some other food items she seen the
king him self from time to time greeting his subjects and being invited
to play some games the local children made up, Kate though he was a
grate king and would make a grate father to who ever he chooses to marry
she knew it would never be her she didn’t let that control the rest of
her day she kept a smile on her face with a positive additued.
day when she was down by the river getting some water and washing her
cloths the king rode up to her on his royal stead she looked up stood up
and bowed as well as greeted him, he got off his horse and sat next to
her and talked to her for a wile as she did her cores even after she was
done they continued to sit under a tree and talk away laughing even.
the sun was setting he offered her to come by his castle for diner one
night of cores she blushed and excepted his offer, a few months latter
Kate was engaged to Igos Du Ikana but a war broke out between un unknown
threat even though Kate knew it wasn’t a good idea to have a royal
wedding she still wanted to go through with it but sadly one night she
was murdered by a Garo spy she was able to crawl a far bit wile loosing a
lot of blood from being stabbed in the side.
By the time her
husband to be got to her it was to late all she was able to say she
loved him before dying from blood loss, years later she had awoken in
her tumb half of the flesh on her face was gone showing bare bones same
with one of her arms she had no idea why she had awoken but all she
wanted was to find her love.
1. Your toothbrush next to mine.
2. You never sneeze the same way twice.
3. Yesterday, your mother asked me to call her “Mom.” She said she didn’t understand all the big fuss over joining the family because she already considered me a part of it.
At the Grand Canyon, we raced to memorize every animal fact we could, and did not waste any flicker of campfire without letting people know the greatest threat to manatees is fishing boats;
skunks won’t spray if there’s a chance they’ll smell themselves. We became our own favorite game.
5. My happiest moment is the night we couldn’t sleep. We ransacked the beach chairs out of your garage and sat in the middle of the sleeping street with our bodies laid out to the sky. We peeled back the layered paint on the stars; tried our best guesses at what they all meant.
6. You call me by my full name, and I never knew how beautiful it could sound.
7. When we come home, we tell each other about all the dogs we met today; all the shades of green we watched in the trees.
8. I could spend an entire day kissing every inch of your shoulders.
9. Neither one of us sleep pretty, but you are still the most remarkable thing I wake to.
10. I can’t talk about this to anyone else. They don’t understand it like I do: all the stupid, silly things that don’t mean anything, but they matter to me.
They matter to me.
You matter to me.